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Aug 16

Carrie Underwood Keeps Her No. 1 Streak Alive On Top 20

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Carrie Underwood photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

Carrie Underwood continues to rule the No. 1 spot on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown with “See You Again,” while Kellie Pickler and Chris Young round out the Top 3 again this week. Tim McGraw and Thompson Square also make their countdown debuts.

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 Big ideas were floating around on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown’s this week! Host Nan Kelley and the GAC crew headed to the Southern Living Idea House on the grounds of Fontanel where Nan talked to some of the talent behind this year’s Idea House. Brett Eldredge also stopped by to talk about his Top 5 single, “Don’t Ya” and his brand new album!

Want to re-watch some of your favorite interviews? Head over to our Top 20 section for videos, photos and more! You can also catch Top 20 Extras, cast your votes, and take a look at the current chart to see where your favorite videos land.

This Week’s Chart:

  1. Carrie Underwood – “See You Again”
  2. Kellie Pickler – “Someone Somewhere Tonight”
  3. Chris Young – “Aw Naw”
  4. Little Big Town – “Your Side of the Bed”
  5. Tim McGraw w/Taylor Swift ft. Keith Urban – “Highway Don’t Care”
  6. Luke Bryan – “Crash My Party”
  7. Keith Urban – “Little Bit of Everything”
  8. Billy Currington – “Hey Girl”
  9. Gary Allan – “Pieces”
  10. Blake Shelton – “Boys ‘Round Here”
  11. Cassadee Pope – “Wasting All These Tears”
  12. Jana Kramer – “I Hope It Rains”
  13. Taylor Swift – “Red”
  14. Thompson Square – “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking”
  15. Kacey Musgraves – “Blowin’ Smoke”
  16. Tim McGraw – “Southern States”
  17. Brett Eldredge – “Don’t Ya”
  18. Lady Antebellum – “Goodbye Town”
  19. Taylor Swift featuring Ed Sheeran – “Everything Has Changed”
  20. Tate Stevens – “Power Of A Love Song”


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